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Slave to the Wage


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2nd single from their eagerly awaited new album 'Black Market Music'. Tracks, 'Slave To The Wage' (Album Version) and two non-LP tracks, 'Holocaust' and 'Slave To The Wage' (Les Rythmes Digitales New Wave Mix). 2000 release. Paper sleeve.

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Slave to the placebo part 2 Oct. 12 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The whole album is running the same league as Without You I'm Nothing not many things changed but i consider these albums as a double set.That doesn't mean the songs sucks!This single is not a must to buy but remix of 'Slave To The Wage' and Holocaust(b-side) are extremely well.Lyrics are genius again by Molko on both songs and added a dance mix by Les Rythmes Digitales whom we have seen work with Placebo before on Pure Morning.So i say, you Placebo lovers you know they rock!
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Unique - Highlight from Black Market Music Nov. 30 2000
By Jason Hippos - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Although "Black Market Music" is undeniably good, "Slave To The Wage" is one of the stand out tracks - because it is unique - lyrically, it is catchy and gloomy, as the title may suggest, and musically, it is like a continuous flow of rock - very different from "Taste In Men".

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